|115V AC Outlet||
An electrical socket receiving 115v AC current produced by a vehicles charging system.
|12V DC outlet||
An electrical socket receiving 12v DC current produced and stored by a vehicles charging system.
|3rd brake light||
The?3rd brake light?is an additional safety lamp that works together with your tail lights and they've been a required feature for all vehicles in North America since 1986. Thanks Gipper!
Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Detail and restoration chemicals
A drivetrain that employs two differentials and a transfer case to provide power to all four wheels of a vehicle.
|5th wheel hitch||
5th wheel trailers don't tow themselves. For the muscle to pull everything from horses to campers your rig needs a?5th wheel hitch.
Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Ford 9 inch components
An abbreviation for ampere.
The A-400 is a convertible 2-door sedan built by Ford before 1932
A triangular-shaped suspension control-arm device with two points connected to the chassis and one to the wheel spindle. Control arms are sometimes called A-arms because from the top view they are shaped like the letter A. Also referred to as A-frame.
The A-Bone is a slang term for the Model A Ford that was produced between 1928 and 1931.
Pattern used for grinding pistons in an oval- or cam-shape with 0.005 inch difference between the thrust face and the pinhole side.
A term often used for A-arm.
The structural support on either side of the windshield just ahead of the front doors.
A term often used for A-pillar.